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ACO Sideline instalight 1060 Insta


Button Brick in the Wall


The Button series are orientation lights with a difference. Inspired by the traditional deep-buttoned sofa, it has a gentle, soft, leather like appear- ance – but is made of fully paintable CALCYT plaster. The unique 360 degrees recessed LED light allows for installa- tion at any height and grouped in any configuration whilst still ensuring glare free visual comfort. www.brickinthewall.eu


The ACO Sideline instalight 1060 is a slot-frame drainage system with integrated LED lighting for the design of open spaces. The channel system is hidden under a narrow slot frame serv- ing as the bearing structure for the LED lighting. Only the narrow drainage slot and the 3cm wide LED line are visable on the surface. www.insta.de


LED Net Line Artemide


The LED Net Line System was designed by Alberto Nason and Michele De Luc- chi for Artemide. Available in a ceiling and suspension option, the LED Net Line system is composed of satin finish aluminium plate onto which a printed circuit board for the LED is attached. Each LED is fitted with a transparent methacrylate lens and a satin finish methacrylate lens-holder. The LED Net Line system is modular allowing units to be installed together to create a dynamic display. www.artemide.com


on line Eden Design


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Madrid Mawa Design


Inspired by the movement of Spanish flamenco dancers, Madrid features 210 delicate glass hooks that hang around a curved, powder-coated, aluminum frame. This frame hides more than three metres of Linear Lights LEDs arranged as four centrally positioned low-voltage lamps that are separately switchable and dimmable. www.mawa-design.de


The power of this light source lies in its slender and unobtrusive form and a simplicity of design that means it can be used anywhere. It can be built-in, surface mounted, or hung from the ceiling. An innovative, state-of-the-art magnet and contact system means that a wide variety of LED-fixtures can be inserted or moved. This product has received several awards, such as a Red Dot ‘best of the best’ distinction for its design quality. www.edendesign.be


Proteo Aldabra


Proteo is a family of professional pro- jectors designed for direct or indirect lighting in internal applications such as retail and exhibition spaces. The products are available in two versions, both featuring high efficiency LEDs: Proteo 2, with 26W LEDs, and Proteo 3, with 37W LEDs. Colour temperatures of 3000K, 4000K and 5500K are available. Proteo is equipped with anti-glare hybrid optics (16°, 25° and 40°) for optimal visual comfort. Track mounted, they provide 190° horizontal and 350° vertical rotation. www.aldabra.it


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